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Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE:ESRT) Sees Heavy Trading Volume with 910K Shares Changing Hands

Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. shares had a trading volume of 910K in the last trading session. Shares saw a steep increase in trading volume of 19.68% over the normal average daily volume.

Here are a few other firms who have also updated their positions. As of the end of the quarter Aew Capital Management L P had bought a total of 59,700 shares growing its holdings by 1.8%. The value of the investment in Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. went from $67,559,000 to $69,224,000 increasing 2.5% for the reporting period. Chartwell Investment Partners, LLC trimmed its investment by selling 21,425 shares a decrease of 4.2% in the quarter. Chartwell Investment Partners, LLC claims 485,987 shares worth $10,094,000. The total value of its holdings decreased 3.6%.

As of quarter end Bb&t Securities, LLC had disposed of 1,455 shares trimming its position 9.2%. The value in dollars decreased from $325,000 to $296,000 a change of $29,000 quarter over quarter. As of quarter end Kbc Group Nv had disposed of 52,125 shares trimming its stake by 98.0%. The value of the company’s investment in Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. went from $1,098,000 to $22,000 a change of 98.0% quarter to quarter.

The State of Retail

These closings do not reflect the totality of the area's retail climate, however.  Despite substantial competition from big-box stores such as Walmart and Target and the omnipresent Amazon juggernaut, brick-and-mortar retail does thrive in the region.  

Shopping trends among millennials indicate a greater emphasis on convenience as well as an enhanced face-to-face sales experience forcing retailers to rely on detailed customer data collated from various social media platforms.  The "shopping experience" is driving younger consumers into more of the independently owned businesses that previous generations eschewed for the ease of "one-stop-shopping."

Smart Talk will examine the state of retail in the central counties; we will look at retail real estate and development trends, the shifting purchasing habits in today's retail landscape, what stores are thriving and which stores are dying and we'll ask why some shopping malls are seeing explosive growth (Park City, King of Prussia) and why some are dead on the vine (Fairgrounds, Coventry.)